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Troy Daniel Murphy June 7, 1945 - July 24, 2018

Glenn "Mike" Carson

June 1945 – July  2018_x000D_

Troy Daniel Murphy went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, July 24, 2018 at the age of 73.  He was born in Oakland, California and raised in Castro Valley where he graduated from Castro Valley High School in 1963.  Troy moved to Hayward in 1973 until he settled in Turlock in 1991.  He worked in construction as a Metal Framer in the Bay Area for 43 years.  Troy was an avid fast pitch softball player and a member of Folsom Baptist Church in Hayward.
Troy is survived by his wife of 53 years Sara Murphy, daughter Stacie Murphy, son Sean (Kari) Murphy, all of Turlock; grandson Sean Paul Murphy of Danville; siblings Diane (Ken) Capp, Mary (Don) Hanson, and Stephen Murphy, all of Oregon; mother Helen Murphy of Oregon, sister-in-law Mary McMullen of Turlock, aunt Charlene Murphy of Clearlake, and many special nieces, nephews and friends.
Memorial contributions can be made to California Autism Foundation, 4075 Lakeside Drive, Richmond, California 94806.
A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, August 11, 2018, 1pm at Allen Mortuary located at 247 N. Broadway, Turlock, CA.  Lowell King officiating.
Private interment at Turlock Memorial Park.
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    I knew Troy from fastpitch softball. I sponsored two teams over 3 yrs and sadly learned on 11/8/2020 of Troy passing.Troy was a solid competitor and loved the game. Troy will play his best games with our holy father in Heaven. Lowell King played a role at his services and it was Lowell that kept me in the game for 2 last seasons.

  2. John McMullen says

    Dear Troy,
    If you find your place in the world, a place where you make a real difference to those around you
    Then you have found wealth beyond imagination

    To appreciate beauty, to always find the best in others, to leave the world a bit better
    Whether by a child, a garden spot, or a redeemed social condition
    To know that even one life has breathed easier because you have lived
    This is to have succeeded

    If these two thoughts are true, then Troy, you were the richest, most successful person I’ve ever known. I thank you Troy for always choosing to see the best in me. I love you and I am assured I will see you again one of these days.
    Your nephew, John

  3. Teresa, Robert, & Alexis Ryan says

    Sara and family, our hearts break for you. Troy will be missed by so many. We are so sorry for your loss, you and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers, may God and your wonderful memories help you through these difficult times.

  4. Kim Santos says

    There are no words to tell you how sorry I am. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

  5. Cheryl Morgan says

    Condolences to family and friends. During difficult times as this we reflect on our memories. May you receive comfort from John 6:40.

  6. Alyse Way says

    So go and run free with the angels
    Dance around the golden clouds
    For the lord has chosen you to be with him
    And we should feel nothing but proud
    Although he has taken you from us
    And our pain a lifetime will last
    Your memory will never escape us
    But make us glad for the time we did have
    Your face will always be hidden
    Deep inside our hearts
    Each precious moment you gave us
    Shall never, ever depart
    So go and run free with the angels
    As they sing so tenderly
    And please be sure to tell them
    To take good care of you for me

    ~ Author Unknown

  7. Lois Murphy says

    My brothers and I grew up with our cousin Troy and his sisters. He was always a kind and loving man. I hadn’t seen Troy for many years, but he will leave a huge vacancy in our family. Much love to his family and friends. He is in God’s hands now.

  8. Richard Santiago says

    Welcomed a large fraternity of like minded softball purists to share the same color Jersey as his. That encompassed more than just driving from one patch of dirt to another. A genuine family culture and feeling to compete with him. Fiercely competitive when on the field, genuinely compassionate and deeply caring when off. Laughed well and often, grateful to have met and known him. Competed against him in late 1979, recall glancing at my jersey looked up at his and was struck by the thought, Murph we are both wearing the wrong color jerseys Heavy hearted at his passing, going to be tough saying so long, to my teammate for life and friend. God Bless and keep his family Safe and Well.

  9. Benny Bennett says

    Troy was a fine man, and Uncle. I hadn’t seen him in a lot of years, but loved and respected him.

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